Intramural Football Attracts Dozens
Bentonville High Program Grows In Second Year
Posted: October 7, 2013 at 2:32 a.m.
On a warm afternoon last week at Phillips Park, Kandie McCall sat in a lawn chair cheering on her 14-year-old son’s flag football team and urging the Jaguars to play better defense.
At A Glance
Bentonville High School’s new intramurals coordinator began the job in August. He spent 33 years as a coach and assistant athletic director at Union High School in Tulsa, Okla. He has coached football, basketball, track and cross country. While at Union High School, he coached Jason Jedamski when Jedamski was a kicker for that school’s football team in 1990. Jedamski went on to become an assistant principal at Bentonville High School from 2009 until this summer. Jedamski left Bentonville for a job directing student activities at Broken Arrow High School in Oklahoma.
Source: Staff Report
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